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  • New York City, its schools and public hospital system announced a lawsuit on Wednesday against the tech giants that run Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat and YouTube, blaming their “addictive and dangerous” social media platforms for fueling a childhood mental health crisis that is disrupting learning and draining resources. Children and adolescents are especially susceptible to harm because their brains are not fully developed, the lawsuit said. “Youth are now addicted to defendants’ platforms in droves,” according to the 311-page filing in superior court in California, where the companies are headquartered.


  • OpenAI debuts its new video generation model Sora, which can create realistic AI videos just from text prompts and instructions. In a recent interview with Bill Gates, returned OpenAI CEO Sam Altman mentioned the future of ChatGPT, which he hoped could also generate videos from text. That dream has finally come true in the form of Sora, and the text-to-video AI model can generate videos up to a minute long while, as the OpenAI team claims, ‘maintaining visual quality and adherence to the user’s prompt.’


  • It was a wonderful find as it was, a cache of 1,700-year-old speckled chicken eggs discovered in a Roman pit during a dig in Buckinghamshire. But to the astonishment of archaeologists and naturalists, a scan has revealed that one of the eggs recovered intact still has liquid – thought to be a mix of yolk and albumen – inside it, and may give up secrets about the bird that laid it almost two millennia ago. The “Aylesbury egg” is one of four that were found alongside a woven basket, pottery vessels, leather shoes and animal bone in 2010 as a site was being explored ahead of a major development.


  • Europe is bracing for the possible influx of a drug that’s hooked the Middle East as political shifts and crackdowns in the Gulf spur producers in Syria and Lebanon to tap new markets. Selling for around $3 to $25 per tablet, the amphetamine-type pill captagon is primarily produced and trafficked by individuals and groups tied to Syria and Lebanon, according to the U.S. State Department and Treasury, the U.K.’s Foreign Office. Already popular in parts of the Middle East with everyone from teenagers to low-income construction workers, the narcotic is easy to make. Called “the poor man’s cocaine,” it’s reported to trigger bursts of energy and productivity, wakefulness, euphoria as well as delusions and a sense of invincibility. The drug has also been associated with militants in Iraq and Syria.


  • Moscow has received information suggesting that the EU’s foreign policy service believes Kiev is incapable of defeating Russia using its current methods, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stated. Brussels has therefore proposed to send even longer-range weapons to Ukrainian forces “so that they reach the heart of Russia, as the EU describes it, and thereby sow confusion and panic and undermine the trust of the people,” he claimed. “Is this not direct participation in the war? Of course it is,” Lavrov said at an event marking the 10th anniversary of the Western-backed coup in Kiev. The diplomat argued that despite Kiev’s backers insisting they are “only arming Ukraine,” everyone understands that “this is a lie” and that Western instructors are helping the Ukrainian command select targets for attacks. “We are 100% sure of this,” Lavrov insisted.


  • NATO countries “laugh at the stupidity of the United States” for spending so much money on Ukraine, and must “pay their bills,” former US President Donald Trump has said. He recently proposed lending, rather than donating, money to Kiev. “NATO countries have to pay up. They have to pay their bills,” Trump told reporters in New York on Thursday. “The United States is in for $200 billion; they’re in for $25 billion,” he added, referring to the military and economic aid doled out to Ukraine by the US and its NATO allies.


  • The president of the Central African Republic (CAR), Faustin-Archange Touadera, has been awarded the title of honorary professor at the Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI). Speaking at the award ceremony in the Russian capital on Thursday, Touadera said he was proud to be bestowed with the honor, adding that “I myself was the rector of a university and I know how important it is to develop science and education.” He vowed that every effort will be made to ensure that cooperation between the countries, as well as MADI and the University of Bangui, is developed further.


  • A Kenyan police officer who was part of a team in Washington DC for talks on a planned security mission to Haiti has been found dead in a hotel room, authorities in the US capital have said. Walter Nyamato, 39, was discovered unconscious in his lodging facility in downtown Washington on Tuesday morning. An investigation into the cause of death is ongoing. According to local media, Nyamato was among a group of high-ranking officials from Nairobi and Haiti meeting in the US to draft a memorandum of understanding and set a date for the deployment of the UN-approved security mission to the Caribbean nation. Haiti, a nation of 11.4 million people, has seen an alarming surge in crime and unrest, including kidnappings, robberies, and murders, with armed gangs taking over some of its main ports and driving shortages in key goods. The island was heavily struck by an earthquake in 2010.



  • The German foreign minister is showing hostility not only to Russia, but also to her own country, by pursuing harmful economic policies, Russian President Vladimir Putin has claimed. During an interview with Russia 1 TV correspondent Pavel Zarubin on Wednesday, Putin was asked to comment on reports in the German media last week, claiming that Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock’s grandfather used to be an “unconditional” supporter of Adolf Hitler, who was awarded with one of the highest Nazi honors, the War Merit Cross with Swords, for his service in Germany’s military during World War II. “I don’t think that modern generations of Germans should bear the full political responsibility for everything that Nazi Germany did,” Putin replied. “One must proceed from today’s realities, look at what someone is actually doing and what policies are being pursued.”


  • Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has signed a bill legalizing the medical use of cannabis, with officials arguing that it will help both soldiers and civilians treat post-traumatic stress disorder amid the ongoing conflict with Russia. Lawmakers will now work on the necessary regulations to allow the import of cannabis-based products, as developing domestic cultivation will take more time. The law will take effect in six months and will regulate the circulation of hemp plants for “medical and industrial purposes, (as well as) scientific and scientific-technical activities” in order to expand “patient access to the necessary treatment of oncological diseases and post-traumatic stress disorders received as a result of the war,” according to the text.


  • Greek lawmakers have voted to legalize same-sex weddings in the country, despite staunch opposition from the Orthodox Church of Greece and almost half of the population. The bill was approved on Thursday by 176 lawmakers in the 300-seat Greek parliament; 76 rejected it and 46 were not present for the vote. Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis praised the move, saying that Greece is “proud” to become the 16th European Union to legislate “marriage equality.” “This is a milestone for human rights, reflecting today’s Greece – a progressive, and democratic country, passionately committed to European values,” he wrote in a post on X (formerly Twitter).


  • American actress Megan Fox has whipped up social media outrage by complaining that she looked like “a Ukrainian blowup doll” in a low-quality photograph. The ‘Transformers’ star was accused of “xenophobia and misogyny towards Ukrainians.” Fox posted a photo of herself and fiance Machine Gun Kelly along with pop starTaylor Swift and Super Bowl winner Travis Kelce to Instagram on Wednesday. In the accompanying caption, Fox joked that the “shadowy cell phone pic” made her look “like a Ukrainian blowup doll. when in REALITY i look like one of those super expensive silicone real sex dolls you can only get in Japan.”


  • The mainstream US media claimed on February 14 that there is new intelligence that Russia has developed space-based nuclear weapon capabilities designed to undermine the US satellite network. The intelligence was reportedly briefed to Congress and even key American allies with some lawmakers insisting that it was “very serious”. Moscow has rejected the claims as yet another attempt by the US establishment to pass a $60 billion funding package for Ukraine, amid House unwillingness to send good money after bad to the corrupt Kiev regime. Research fellow at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Dmitry Stefanovich, drew attention to the fact that the mainstream media’s comments are highly contradictory.


  • A 280-million-year-old reptile fossil that has puzzled researchers for decades is mostly fake, scientists have concluded. An analysis of the remnants of the creature, dubbed Tridentinosaurus antiquus, has revealed the material that was thought to be well-preserved, ancient soft tissue is, in fact, just black paint. The lizard-like animal, about 20cm (8in) long, was discovered in the Italian alps in 1931 and was believed to be an important finding that could help shed light on how reptiles evolved. With its body outline appearing dark on the surrounding rock, the reptile’s remarkable preservation was previously attributed to a fossilisation process known as carbonisation, which is relatively common among plant specimens but rare among animals.


  • A solar emission from active zone 3576, following a previous X3.3 flare, marks a rare occurrence of repeated high-powered eruptions within a solar cycle. A powerful solar flare of the highest magnitude class X occurred on the Sun on Friday at 12:52 pm GMT. The Laboratory of Solar Astronomy of the Institute of Space Research of the Russian Academy of Science reported the event on its website. “The event is classified as X2.6, which means it is the fourth strongest event in the last five years, according to the catalogs…The likelihood of the outbreak impacting Earth is currently assessed as extremely low,” the lab’s statement read. According to the laboratory, the event occurred on the periphery of the solar surface, away from the Sun-Earth axis. There is the possibility that high-speed charged particles emitted by the flare could affect spacecraft. However, the likelihood of magnetic storms and auroras occurring is below five percent.

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News Burst 19 May 2024 Finnish authorities have auctioned off a hundred bicycles used by asylum seekers to cross the border with Russia. Authorities said that most migrants attempting to enter the Nordic country hailed from Africa and the Middle East. Helsinki shut...

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News Burst 18 May 2024 The Pentagon has raised fears a quaint Swiss Alps hotel bought by a Chinese family may have been a spying post for Beijing due to its proximity to an F-35 jet airstrip. Hotel Rossli, in picturesque Unterbach, was purchased by the Wang family for...

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News Burst 17 May 2024 NATO-CIA secret terror army ‘Operation Gladio’ up to its old tricks again?On May 15, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico was shot and wounded in Handlova.Meanwhile, on the night of May 14-15, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan convened an...

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News Burst 16 May 2024 The Slovak PM Robert Fico was shot on Wednesday, during a visit to the town of Handlova, and was rushed to hospital for surgery in a serious condition. His attacker has been arrested but his identity and motives have not yet been revealed....

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